A beautiful rare British military Jaeger-leCoultre men's pocket watch from the Second World War. This rare iconic pocket watch is in good condition.
The chromed metal case is in excellent condition. No large scratches or dents can be found besides the minor signs of wear. The caseback features the 'broadarrow' logo, G.S.T.P. (“General Service Trade Pattern”) and the serial number: 241350.
The watch face of these watches was painted on a thin copper plate. This way, many of these watches acquired a 'craquelure' watch face over the years. The watch face of this watch still looks very good and is black! The dial does have some craquelure after all these years and a few small bumps; these are never worn away though. This is why this watch face is an absolute feast for the eyes.
Both the 'lume' in the cathedral hands and the numbers of the dial are original and are in good condition.
The high-quality timepiece runs perfectly and is signed with 'Jaeger-leCoultre'.
Material: chromed metal
Diameter without crown: 51 mm.
Diameter including crown: 65 mm.
Total weight: 98 g
The clock is carefully packed and obviously insured when send
- WW2 Military zakhorloge
- Reference Number
- G.S.T.P 241350
- Manual winding
- Case material
- Chromed, Steel
- Material fineness
- Nickel plated brass case
- Pocket watch
- Shipped Insured
- In working condition with visible traces of use